RIVERSIDE, Calif. (Sept. 28, 2013)- The BYU-Hawaii women's soccer team fell behind early to Cal Baptist and couldn't come back in a 3-0 loss on Saturday.
The Seasiders had almost a dozen shots but were unable to make a goal, CBU had 12 shots made and was able to connect on three goals against BYU-Hawaii, including one in the first minute.
"It completely changes the game," head coach Alex Ruegner said of the early goals. "The girls played really, really well following those for the next 65 minutes or so and I was proud of that. We just have to get it going for all 90 minutes."
After the CBU Lancers got their first goal, shortly after the second was made in the 11th minute of the first half, putting BYU-Hawaii in a tough spot, down 2-0.
The Seasiders fought back hard despite an ability to make any goals. Brittany Dyer took two shots on goal but both were stopped by goal keeper, one in each half.
In the 83rd minute of the game the Lancers were able to score once more defeating the Seadsiders 3-0.
The BYU-Hawaii women's soccer team will next play Point Loma in San Diego Oct. 1, at 1 p.m. PST.